Transportation is rapidly moving towards electrification, higher levels of computerization and connectivity, more sophisticated infotainment, and increased autonomy. Architectures are adapting, through the adoption of technologies and designs used in other industries. The vast amounts of data generated and array of features added require more memory, and causing a growing need for stronger security features.

This webinar will inform attendees on what new features need to be part of the evolution of automotive electronic systems.


Attendees will learn about:

  • Trends driving a need for more highly secure memory in automotive
  • Security objectives
  • Types of data that must be kept secure
  • Flash memory comparisons
  • Applicable automotive segments and architectures driving greater security implementation
  • Example design scenarios: main computers and electronic control units